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I am 61 years old and have $630,000 in 401K, 403B and IRAs. We will get in April, 2001 on my 62nd birthday $1900/month in pensions and about $1200/month in SS. My wife will get in 7/2002 about $800/month in SS. In 7/2005, she will get $660/month in a pension. Is this enough to retire on? We still owe about $80,00 on the house and the payment is about $1,000/month. It costs us $200/month for medical ins. costs. No other debts. How much should I take out of the savings/month? How should it be invested? Most is in stock mutual funds. JB
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